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Oct 20, 2011 5:00am PDT
for a security guard suspected in a late night workplace shooting. anne makovec joints us from richmond to explain. >> reporter: good morning. a wild night here at this public housing complex in richmond. it was an all-out shootout between three security guards according to police. one man was wounded, one man is armed and dangerous and on the loose according to police. it all started at the security guard office behind me at the crest he crescent park apartments. police say the security guard dorian long worked here as a guard and say last night he came to work, left for a short time and then came back with at least one gun, fired it into this building at his supervisor. that supervisor was hit. he is expected to live. and then he started firing several shots back. then two other security guards on duty heard the gunfire. they ran over. they say they saw long firing into the building and then one of them shot at him. he ran off and they don't know whether or not he was shot. police aren't sure why long initially opened fire but there was an altercation and he came back hellly armed. >
CBS
Oct 10, 2011 5:00am PDT
people from using tanning beds. and stephanie chuang joins us from san jose's willow glen area to explain why. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. right now, anyone between 15 to 17 years old can go inside one of these salons and use a tanning bed as long as they have a note from their parents. starting january 1, forget the note. anyone who is not at least 18 years old cannot go inside and use one of these tanning beds anymore. this does make california the strictest in the country when it comes to tanning laws. texas law bans teens younger than 16 from using tanning beds and some 30 other states have some sort of age restriction. state senator ted lieu a democrat from torrence has been pushing for this for years. >> indoor tanning beds are lethal. the uv rays they emit are far more dangerous than the sun. they penetrate much more deeply and they cause deadly melanoma. >> reporter: the tanning bed industry has always maintained there is no solid evidence directly connecting tanning bed use to skin cancer. as for the business side of thingsers the indoor tanning association says 5 to
CBS
Oct 24, 2011 5:00am PDT
'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm anne makovec. thanks for starting your monday here with us. it is 5 a.m. >>> this morning, efforts continue to find survivors after that catastrophic earthquakes in turkey. >> today four people were pulled from the rubble after one called for help using a cell phone. the 7.2 quake hit the eastern part of the country yesterday. more than 200 people are confirmed dead. susan mcginnis has an update on the rescue efforts. >>> reporter: rescue crews pulled this man out alive from a collapsed building in eastern turkey this morning after desperately looking for any sign of life. a 7.2 quake shook the remote region sunday flattening buildings and sending panicked residents into streets. [ screaming ] >> reporter: hundreds are confirmed dead. but with an unknown number of people still trapped under the rubble, officials fear the death toll could reach 1,000. "this situation is really bad," this man says. "many of our friends are still trapped under rubble. we haven't heard from any of them." one victim pinned under piles of concrete was this young boy. emergen
CBS
Oct 4, 2011 5:00am PDT
, web browsing, apps and content thinking. a more powerful chip. the 85 processor which is used in the current. pad should help with multitask and for all you gamer should make that faster. the icloud access. beefed up rear camera from 5 to 8 megapixels and up to 64 gigs for an option. that's what "might" come out today. this is a smaller event than usual we should add. usually it's held in san francisco at a convention center, today here at the cupertino headquarters, again at 10 a.m. in a few hours. >> do we know if tim cook will be in the black turtleneck and jeans or is he going to start his own fashion trend. >> reporter: that's the big question people wonder. i think there will be a new wardrobe this time around. >> it's funny people are blogging about that. what's he going to wear? >> i'm sure they are. >>> one of today's winners of the nobel prize for physics is from the bay area. 52-year-old saul perlmutter is head of the supernova cosmology project in uc-berkeley. they are honored for discovering that the expansion of the universe is accelerating. >>> there is anothe
CBS
Oct 13, 2011 5:00am PDT
it on the computer screen. they did keep us informed but they didn't have much information. they encouraged people who wanted to turn in their tickets and come back in 24 hours to do so. there were a got of us and we had no -- there were a dozen of us and we had nowhere to go of it we went back to san francisco or we were willing to wait. originally they said three to five hours. and it's been longer than that. >> reporter: absolutely. and in fact, we have some benches behind here. you say this has been the makeshift beds almost for -- >> well, most people slept inside. but a couple of us did come outside to stretch out. it got cold and i ended up not sleeping well. >> reporter: preliminary reports say it was possibly operator error maybe running a red light. any thoughts on that? >> well, anytime someone fails to observe their signals, it's of concern. but it's a one-time kind of happening. it's not like the system has gone down, although when you refer to the omaha switching, that could be a switching problem. >> reporter: so plenty of concern. thank you so much, louise. we appreciate it. they
CBS
Oct 3, 2011 5:00am PDT
killed three people after a weekend party. kristy siefkin joins us from alvarado street at the industrial park where the shooting took place and she joins us with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and grace. police are still searching for at least two suspects. who opened fire around 1:00 a.m. on sunday. and this is at a tattoo party, where an individual hosts an event, and brings in a tattoo artist and when several individuals were leaving that party, and that the suspects opened fire and shooting six people and killing three of them. and now, this party was hosted at an industrial park, at a place that hosts -- or excuse me, the homes of several businesses, and the party had been advertised all over the internet, but interestingly, didn't have a permit. >> when that occurs, -- we're notified about it. and we can monitor it. and at this point, there was no notification to that. and as far as i know, there was no permit issued. >> we're filtering it through the information we're getting, and we're hoping that we can get some more information from folks that may have lef
CBS
Oct 19, 2011 5:00am PDT
been getting increasing complaints about rats, alcohol and drug use, sex, vandalism, public urination. these people, though, say that they are trying to be as civil as possible in their demonstration. the city has been largely accepting of this encampment that's taken over the lawn outside of city hall. it is technically illegal camping. but the city has basically turned a blind eye to that. many city officials and police officers even support the "occupy" movement, which is representing a litany of social complaints here that started with anger against banks and wall street in general. but again, city officials say the time could be coming. they have been getting more and more complaints about this encampment from businesses and individuals. >> certainly some of the issues such as the public urination and the rats are problems that have been here long before "occupy oakland" got here. the rats, we see these big rats running around, they are maybe about in big, the body, and then the tail. they clearly have not sprung up in the last nine days. >> reporter: now, some protestors actuall
CBS
Oct 31, 2011 5:00am PDT
the hospital today. unter hudson joins us from san jose with how this young man barely cheated death. he is a lucky guy. good morning. >> lucky is right. and good morning, doctors here at san jose regional medical center say eric tarantino is lucky to be alive this morning. the 27-year-old is recovering from surgery, after a shark attack. tarantino and his friends went surfing saturday morning, off the coast of marina state beach near monterey. and tarantino saw the shark and called out to his friends to get out of the water. they made it out. but tarantino did not. he was bit in the arm and the neck by the great white. which also took 19 inches off tarantino's surfboard. doctors say if the bite was just a little closer to his scene, it could have been fatal. >> right here. along the neck. right along what we call the sterno cleido mastoid muscle, the bite missed the carotid artery and jugular scene by about two millimeters. >> warning sipes are posted throughout morning -- signs are posted throughout northern california. this is high season for sharks and shark experts call it shark-tob
CBS
Oct 5, 2011 5:00am PDT
underground and come out someplace new-- just us. i want all of us to see it that way. >>> good morning. it is a messy start to the morning commute. we even have chain requirements for the first time this season. this is a live look on 80 at applegate where chains are required. we have spinouts, wind advisories and flooding reports. we'll have a check of that and mass transit coming up in traffic in a few minutes. >>> 5:10 is your time. a deadly helicopter crash in new york is now the focus of a federal investigation. a woman was killed and four others were injured yesterday afternoon when a helicopter went down in the east river just after take-off from the heliport there. the woman killed was celebrating her 40th birthday. her mother, stepfather, friend and the pilot were also injured. >>> amanda knox is finally home with her family. her emotional return to the u.s. marks the end of her four- year ordeal behind bars in italy. >> we love you. >> crowds of supporters cheered for amanda knox in her hometown of seattle. on monday, an italian appeals court overturned her murder conviction
CBS
Oct 18, 2011 5:00am PDT
in violence there. she joins us with more. stephanie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. here on the 1700 block of ross circle is where an 18-year-old man was standing with his friends. we just spoke with a witness who said it all happened right here behind me where you see that sidewalk. the 18-year-old man was shot at least once. he died at the santa clara medical center around midnight. reports of the shooting came in just before 9:00. police found the 18-year-old victim with again at least one gunshot wound. this morning just within the hour the crime scene cleaner showed up, washed the blood from the sidewalk and removed the medical gloves, gauze used to treat the victim. this is the latest in a string of recent homicides. there has also been a spike in officer-involved shootings in the city this year, six in all, three of them fatal, five within the last month. the last one was sunday before noon at an apartment complex on the 400 block of worcester avenue. a man appeared armed and one officer shot and killed that man after feeling threatened. last night's homicide is th
CBS
Oct 25, 2011 5:00am PDT
the tear gas taken away with zip ties being used as handcuffs, many ran away on their own once they set the tear gas off. we're talking about hundreds of officers here on scene that surrounded all four sides of the park. they still have a very strong presence there. speaking on a loudspeaker at the opposite end. park it's difficult to hear outside this morning. but they are continuing to tell protestors those who left behind they need to get out. a lot more quiet in the park compared to what we saw a half hour ago. so we'll have another update for you as we see the police continue to move in and clear things out. it only took a few minutes for police to clear out the "occupy" protests. back to you. >> kristy, it's surprising considering these protestors had been so adamant in the past days that they wouldn't leave. were any of them arrested, anyone stay there in order to fight? >> you know, just having got a little dose of the tear gas myself when we were closing the van door, pretty powerful stuff. it will make someone flee. and a lot of people, it was a good strategy the police used i
CBS
Oct 27, 2011 5:00am PDT
. anser hassan is at the frank ogawa plaza to show us what's happening now. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. a handful of [ signal breakup ] defied the 10 p.m. curfew and are holding ground at the "occupy" movement in oakland. let me show you behind me. one tent is back up and the fence -- [ signal breakup ] >> we're having troubles there with anser hassan. but we'll get back to him in short order. in the meantime, the "occupy oakland" protesters are calling for that citywide general strike next week. organizers say it still is in the planning stages but would involve shutting down businesses and taking students out of schools there. frank ogawa plaza is open to the public. hundreds of protestors marched around city hall last night and things were relatively peaceful. it was a big contrast as you might imagine to tuesday, when police dismantled the 2-week- old encampment at the plaza. it got national news. protestors clashed with police, who used tear gas to disperse the crowd. >> none of the oakland police officers used rubber bullets. we don't have that in our
CBS
Oct 28, 2011 5:00am PDT
light." we love using that word this morning, across bay area roads. coming up a check of mass transit in just a little bit. >> especially the friday part. good morning, everybody. it is indeed friday, october 28. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. it is 5 a.m. and we begin now with this "occupy oakland" protest, they are back in full force in front of city hall. >> they are publicly embarrassing mayor jean quan as she attempted damage control. kristy seifkin is in oakland where the protest is getting the attention of a well-known documentary filmmaker. kristy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the campers are back in the plaza with their tents and the events lately have drawn national attention, so much so that documentary filmmaker michael moore tweeted yesterday that he expects to come to the plaza today and join the protestors here in oakland. this is after last nightmare jean quan left by the back door of her own press conference. she actually was leaving that press conference when last night a reporter, robert lyles, approached her trying to get her attention. she was
CBS
Oct 7, 2011 5:00am PDT
that shows the suspect just after the deadly rampage at a cupertino quarry. kiet do shows us that video and what coworkers say the suspect shouted as he opened fire. >>> reporter: a surveillance camera captured shareef allman clutching the strap of an assault rifle and walking calmly through a gas station just a short time after police say he had gunned down 10 people. those who saw it happen and those who knew him well say the motive came from racial tension and grudges at work. >> he was going to do some damage, basically, that if he was going to go out -- he was going to kill some people, that was going to happen to him and his family. >> reporter: long-time friend cynthia mose says allman came to her home in sacramento last weekend, talked about retaliating against coworkers and showed off an ak-47 to her son brandon. >> he was like, yeah, he was like, prejudiced people on my job they keep messing with me and stuff but he said, but you know how that is. you ought to know, i'm a black gorilla. you only can contain a gore rail la for so long. >> reporter: a coworker was in the room wh
CBS
Oct 11, 2011 5:00am PDT
to tell us about the efforts to collect donations. she joins us with more. >> reporter: frank, good morning. the workers have been coming back every minute or so back here to the quarry. they have been back since yesterday. it's been almost a week since those tragic shootings and they have grief counselors on hand. tonight, people are getting ready to say good-bye. they have a service for one of the three men who was killed. again, last wednesday morning that was 48-year-old manuel pinon of newman, california. he left behind a wife of 27 years and four adult children. the family called mothers against murder, the house mortgage is due in two weeks and that molina, who never worked outside the home is shocked and at a total loss. she is facing serious medical illness reportedly an inoperable tumor and doesn't know how long the insurance coverage under her husband will last. so the group is helping the family, asking the public for donations by giving to his memorial fund at the bank of the west. pull up the information there. the rosary is scheduled for tonight at 6:30 at the oak hil
CBS
Oct 6, 2011 5:00am PDT
. >>> and good morning, everybody. it is thursday, october 6. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. it is 5 a.m. on this thursday. >> and we begin day 2 now an all-out manhunt for shareef allman accused of opening fire on coworkers at a cement plant on the outskirts of cupertino. >> stephanie chuang is at the cement plant where workers are still reeling from the violence. good morning. >>> reporter: good morning. and, you know, this road here at stevens creek boulevard still closed off where you can see two deputies actually just left from the sheriff's office one going up to the quarry. so still an active scene and a deputy guarding the road closure where the deadly shooting happened:24 hours ago up the road here killing three an injuring six others. all nice there were vehicles going in and out as they wrapped up this crime they don't know where the gunman is still. as for what happened after he left, investigators believe 43- year-old shareef allman took off in his brown mercury cougar, which he ditched at an arco gas station at wolf and homestead. that's where surv
CBS
Oct 12, 2011 5:00am PDT
, october 12. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. just in the middle of the week, if we can get through had. >> we can. the weekend is looming. >>> 5:00 now. we begin with oakland's police chief. he says his frustration with the lack of control over his department is a key reason why he is quitting and he plans to leave next month. >> anne makovec is in oakland with more on the city hall politics that apparently had a lot it do with him stepping down. -- a lot to do with him stepping down. >> reporter: this is the first morning that chief batts is a lame duck at the oakland police department. he is stepping down around november 15 after only two years on the job. he announced it yesterday. check it out. >> i feel that i don't have full control of the oakland police department. >> reporter: yeah. he says he doesn't have full control but he does have full accountability. and that is not adding up for him. the conditions he has been dealing with, the layoff of about 150 officers and threats that the department could be put under federal control because of
CBS
Oct 21, 2011 5:00am PDT
earthquake drill and as a new emergency communications system will soon be installed. anne makovec joins us from san francisco with more on that. kind of unbelievable, right, anne? >> reporter: well, you know, those earthquakes yesterday they were blowing up on twitter and facebook, everybody talking about them even though they were relatively minor. it did get everybody thinking, what if the big one does happen sometime soon? city leaders here in san francisco are putting together a plan right now for a communication hub here at the ferry building. they say it's a natural place that people may be coming to for information. so they are talking about installing loudspeakers here and display boards in several languages telling people about things like bart and ferry delays and any bridge closures, anything that may be a result of either a terrorist attack or major natural disaster like an earthquake. there were some short bart disruptions yesterday after two earthquakes, one was a 3.8 at 8:16 and then the first one was a 4.0 at 2:41 both centered in berkeley on the hayward fault. >> like eve
CBS
Oct 14, 2011 5:00am PDT
's a blessing. it's october 14. good to have you with us, folks. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm elizabeth wenger. grace lee is off. time now 5:00. >>> we begin with cries for help from a burning home in the east bay. two elderly women had to be rescued this morning in concord. the fire broke out about 1:30 at a house just off of saint francis drive and bonhomme way. police got there first and heard screams from people trapped inside. but the smoke was very heavy so they had to wait for firefighters. once contra costa firefighters arrived, the sounds from inside helped them respond. >> our units arrived, they went inside with their safety gear on. they were able to go in and actually rescue two elderly occupants and brought them out and they were both transported to the hospital. >> one woman had to be carried out. the other was able to walk with assistance. both are now at the hospital reportedly in good condition. damage from that fire is estimated at $150,000. >>> the iphone 4s is why people are lined up at apple stores all over the bay area this morning. >> and one of apple's main men is amon
CBS
Oct 17, 2011 5:00am PDT
-colored sedan that may have been used as a get-away car. back to you. >> all right, thank you very much. >>> san jose police are expected to release more details today about an officer-involved shooting that left a suspect dead. it happened just before noon yesterday on worcester avenue, just northeast of downtown. police say a caller reported a suspicious-acting man with a weapon at the parkside terrace apartments. and four officers arrived and found the man in a parking lot. >> something transpired where one, at least one officer was forced, or felt a necessity to discharge his firearm at the individual. and usually we do that for our protection. or to protect our fellow officers or somebody in the public. a civilian. >> the suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. police are not yet releasing further details. but witnesses say the suspect was in a car when he was shot. one woman says he rammed several cars while trying to get away. it is the city's sixth officer-involved shooting in 2011. compared with four last year. >>> 5:02 now. a handful of people are under arrest this morning, as occupy
CBS
Oct 26, 2011 5:00am PDT
's letter address the issues points for points. one example, they have discontinued use of propane tanks to heat food. organizers add that the city has either denied or delayed many of their requests including provide a city liaison to help them with the city's requirements. mean in the "occupy sf" movement say they will continue to protest if asked to move. many are calling on organizers from oakland and san jose to join them in a possible megacamp at san francisco's civic center if things continue to worsen here. back to you. >> thank you, anser hassan live in san francisco. >>> 5:06. the fate of five elementary schools could be on the line this evening as the oakland unified school board meets on whether to close them. here's a list of the proposed for closure by superintendent tony smith. they are lakeview, lazear, marshall, maxwell park and santa fe. the board is also set to vote on the possible relocation of burkhalter and kaiser elementary school. teachers, parents and students plan to march in protest before the meeting tonight. >>> if
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